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7 Ways to Welcome the Positive Vibes at Home
The heart lies within the home. That's what they say, at least, isn't it?
What exactly does that mean?
It means that your home should be a place where you like spending your time. Your own personal place where you can find quiet and relaxation after a long day at work.
Why would you want to come home to a difficult home setting if you work a demanding job?
You are not required to.
Implement these innovative techniques to boost good energy and calm in your house, so you can stop fretting and start enjoying your living space.
1. Use a diffuser
One of my favourite ways to increase positive energy in any space is to use essential oils.
There are essential oil recipes for everything, including stress reduction, mood enhancement, anxiety and depression relief, increased focus and concentration, and promoting peaceful sleep.
There are numerous low-cost, aesthetically pleasing diffusers on the market. It's simple to find one that matches your decor.
Here are five essential oils that I recommend, along with their applications:
1. Lavender is a soothing and calming herb. It promotes well-being and alleviates stress.
2. Sweet orange promotes a good mood. It is a very uplifting oil that also stimulates creativity.
3. Ylang Ylang soothes and relaxes. It can aid in the reduction of feelings of rage.
4. Bergamont helps to relieve anxiety, fatigue, and stress.
5. Frankincense helps with concentration and focus. It helps in balancing the emotions.
These are just a few of the many essential oils that can help you bring positive energy and peace into your home. Experiment with different options to see which ones work best for you.
2. Declutter your space
I can't stand seeing piles of stuff everywhere, and I certainly can't work on a cluttered desk. However, I understand how easy it is to let things pile up around the house, especially during the week when you are exhausted from work.
Spend a weekend decluttering your home and getting rid of things you don't need. You'll be surprised at how much you can get rid of to help organise your living space.
A clean, clutter-free environment will give you a sense of peace and calm. It will help you relax because you won't be looking around thinking about how you "need to clean that up" or "need to organise that."
3. Use a Himalayan salt lamp
I've had a Himalayan salt lamp for a while, but I've noticed they're becoming more popular. That's a good thing because they're easier to come by, and I believe everyone should have one.
For starters, they're visually appealing, and looking at beautiful things makes us happy. Himalayan salt lamps emit a soft, calming, and soothing light. Because the light is amber in colour, they are ideal for use as low-light lamps or night lights.
Himalayan salt lamps are useful in more ways than one. The main purpose of Himalayan salt lamp is to purify the air.
4. Flowers and plants give mild fragrance
Flowers instantly improve one's mood. Colours that are bright, such as pink, orange, or yellow, promote increased energy and focus. Cool colours, like baby blue or lavender, promote relaxation and positivity.
Put your flowers in places where you'll see them frequently, such as your kitchen, living room, or bedroom. Many plants, including English ivy, peace lily, and bamboo palm, aid in air purification.
Fresh flowers have aromatherapeutic properties, which are similar to the advantages of essential oils.
The best flowers are those that are picked fresh.
5. Put up beautiful, inspiring decorations
The items that bring you joy are good to be decorated. Wall decor with cute sayings like "Live, Laugh, Love," "Live Your Dream," or other inspiring quotes adds a positive vibe to any room.
Inspiring images, quotes, or photographs of family and friends have the same upbeat effect. Because your home is a direct extension of you, it should be designed to reflect your personality.
6. Play with colours
Your home, like your wardrobe, requires a colour scheme. Get rid of the monochromes and experiment with organic wall décor paints. If you don't want to spend money on renovation, you can always go with budget-friendly wall stickers an
d wall papers, as well as DIYs. Here's a quick rundown to get you started: Reds- are great for romance and action, but too much of them can elicit rage. Oranges imply warmth and enthusiasm, but too many can cause agitation. Yellows elicit feelings of joy and inspiration, but too much can elicit feelings of insecurity. Greens are healing and nurturing, but too much green can make you lazy. Blues are calming and peaceful, but too much blue (in particular) can be harmful.
6. Play soft music and mantras
The vibrations that are created and passed on through music create positivity by lowering down all the negative vibes. Switch on the mantras at low note in the morning to get those positive vibes.
Hope these 7 Ways to Welcome the Positive Vibes at Home brings positive energy at your home and remove your stress!